Monday 10th February
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh hosts a dinner at Sandringham House on Monday for the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust. The Duke is Patron and a Life Member of the Trust.
On Monday His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex carries out engagements in London. As Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, The Earl welcomes young people at St James’s Palace to celebrate their achievement of Gold Standard in the Award. Prince Edward also attends a Young Fellowship Dinner at Spencer House.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal attends the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia all week. The Princess is a member of the International Olympic Committee and President of the British Olympic Association.
Tuesday 11th February
Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are visiting radio broadcasters in London on Tuesday. The Royal Couple are touring BBC headquarters New Broadcasting House, Global Radio at Leicester Square and Bauer Media at Winsley Street. Their Royal Highnesses will learn how broadcasters work to support The Prince’s Trust.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge is attending The Portrait Gala 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery on Tuesday. As Patron of the Gallery, The Duchess will meet guests and see portraits donated by celebrities to raise funds for the Gallery to deliver exhibitions, learning opportunities and research. Some proceeds will help the Gallery’s Portrait Fund, which allows the Gallery to buy portraits of national importance for its collection.
On Tuesday The Princess Royal visits the Russian International Olympic University in Sochi and attends a reception at the British Embassy in Moscow.
Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra hosts a dinner for her charity Children and Families Across Borders on Tuesday. At Buckingham Palace, The Princess welcomes supporters of the charity at the Annual Child Protection Dinner.
Wednesday 12th February
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales welcomes members of 847 Naval Air Squadron at a Clarence House parade on Wednesday. The Prince is presenting Operational Service Medals for their service in Afghanistan and entertaining squadron members and families at the State Apartments of St James’s Palace.
On Wednesday Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex is visiting a clinic at London’s St. Thomas Hospital. The Countess visits as Patron of charity DEBRA, which works to help people with a genetic skin blistering condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa.
The Princess Royal travels to Moscow on Wednesday. Her Royal Highness is unveiling a memorial commemorating the First World War at the British Embassy; visiting St. Andrew’s Church; laying a wreath at the Eternal Flame by the Kremlin Wall; and visiting the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre.
Thursday 13th February
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall travels to Surrey on Thursday. In Guildford, The Duchess is officially opening St Catherine’s School’s Anniversary Halls and visiting the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre. In Woking, Camilla visits HM Prison Coldingley to meet prisoners who have been taking part in schemes to improve literacy.
The Earl of Wessex is working in the Greater London area on Thursday. In Croydon, His Royal Highness visits Woodlands Children’s Centre at Gilbert Scott Primary School and facilities for young people at the Turnaround Centre. In Beckenham, The Earl is opening a new school building at Langley Park School for Boys. In Central London, Prince Edward is attending a performance of Chetham’s Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Choir at the Royal Festival Hall as Patron of Chetham’s School of Music.
On Thursday The Countess of Wessex is visiting Oxfordshire. In Oxford, Her Royal Highness visits the city’s food bank and opens The Highfield Unit, a new NHS facility providing specialist inpatient services for young people with acute mental health needs. In Dorchester-On-Thames, Sophie visits Dorchester Abbey to meet local people involved with the church charity Parents and Children Together. During her visit, The Countess is unveiling a plaque and burying a time capsule in the Abbey grounds.
The Princess Royal’s stay in Russia continues with a visit to St. Petersburg on Thursday. The Princess is visiting housing organization SPB renovation and attending a reception at the city’s office of the British Consolate General. Princess Anne also returns to Moscow to see the Living Thread Hippotherapy Centre, which provides and teaches therapeutic riding for people with special needs. Her Royal Highness also visits the Clinical and Research Institute of Children’s Emergency Surgery and Trauma at the Moscow Public Health Department.
Friday 14th February
On Friday The Duchess of Cambridge is visiting Northolt High School in Ealing, London. As Royal Parton of children’s charity The Art Room, Her Royal Highness is opening the school’s ICAP Art Room and will see how art helps children with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
The Princess Royal continues her visit to St. Petersburg in Russia on Friday. Princess Anne is laying a wreath at the Piskaryovskoye Memorial Cemetery and visiting the Anglo-American School, Hermitage Museum, and the Peter and Paul Fortress to see the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul and the St. Petersburg Mint.
Saturday 15th February
His Royal Highness Prince Harry is in Chichester, West Sussex on Saturday. The Prince is visiting the Goodwood Motor Circuit for a Track Day organised by The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. At the Track Day, His Royal Highness is meeting injured service personnel and will see an exhibition of The Foundation’s Endeavour Fund projects to help wounded Servicemen and women.
Prince Harry is also launching a scholarship for wounded ex-service personnel at The Boultbee Flying Academy, Goodwood Aerodrome. At the Academy, His Royal Highness is also meeting Battle of Britain RAF pilots and will see a Spitfire aircraft.
Sunday 16th February
On Sunday His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge is attending the British Academy Film Awards ceremony at The Royal Opera House in London. Prince William is President of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).